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Google Project Fi: 64GB Moto G7 Smartphone EXPIRED

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$299.00
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Google Project Fi has 64GB Moto G7 Smartphone for $149. Shipping is free. Thanks PrimeSuspect

Note, must be activated w/ Google Fi service within 30 days of device shipment. If Fi is not activated within 30 days of device shipment, the discounted amount will be charged to your Google Payments account to match the full price of the device ($299).

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  • 6.2" 2270x1080 IPS display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 1.8GHz Octa-Core CPU
  • Adreno 506 GPU
  • 64GB storage w/ 4GB RAM
  • microSD card slot
  • Fingerprint sensor
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n (2.4 GHz, 5.0 GHz), Bluetooth 4.2 aptX
  • 12MP + 5MP dual rear, 8MP front camera
  • Single USB Type-C
  • Single nano SIM slot
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • 3000mAh non-removable battery
  • Android 9.0 Pie
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Offer is valid until September 2, 2019 at 11:59 PM PDT, or while supplies last. Click here for complete offer terms.

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Promotion Terms: 50% off Moto G7 with Activation
Get a 50% discount on Moto G7 (from $299 to $149) with purchase and activation from fi.google.com. Offer is valid until September 2, 2019 at 11:59 PM PDT, or while supplies last.

How do I qualify for the 50% off discount?
You can qualify as either a new or existing Google Fi customer.
To qualify for the discount, you need to :
Have active Fi service with the same email you used to purchase the phone.
Activate the Moto G7 within 30 days of the shipment confirmation email (this can be done by you or anyone on your group plan).
The discounted price will automatically apply during checkout. If you do not meet the conditions above, the discounted amount will be charged to your Google Payments account to match the full price of the phone.

Any other details to know?
Offer is valid until September 2, 2019 at 11:59 PM PDT, or while supplies last.
For individual plans, limit one per person. For group plans, limit one per group plan member.
Offer is only available to U.S. residents 18 years or older, and requires Google Payments and Google Fi accounts.
Unless otherwise stated, this offer cannot be combined with other offers.
Discount is not transferable and is not valid for cash or cash equivalent.
If Google Fi determines that this offer is used in connection with abuse, misuse, or fraud, the discounted amount will be charged to your Google Payments account.
Void where prohibited.

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There's no set amount of time the phone needs to be activated on Fi. All that is required is that it be activated within 30 days of shipping. You can activate and cancel service within the same day, if you'd like. I've done this for previous Fi deals.
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It depends strongly on who is buying it. For you it may not be. But for me it's been the best phone service I've ever had. I travel quite a bit and being able to land in almost any country in the world and almost immediately have cellphone service is worth a lot to me.

The other thing is data, I'm not a heavy user, I manage to be mostly on wifi, so Google Fi's relatively expensive data is not a big deal to me. But I could imagine this, to others, is exactly why Fi is not affordable, as you say.
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I would actually agree with that guy. I had fi for about two years and it piled up a lot, considering there's no unlimited data. That ended up changing their charging policy because of how expensive it was, but it did leave a bitter taste after paying a shit ton
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There's no set amount of time the phone needs to be activated on Fi. All that is required is that it be activated within 30 days of shipping. You can activate and cancel service within the same day, if you'd like. I've done this for previous Fi deals.
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Google Fi is not an affordable service.
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The obligatory comment that Moto G7 is missing Band 71...
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The obligatory comment that Moto G7 is missing Band 71...
I didn't know about that and I own this phone so... thanks?
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Google Fi is not an affordable service.
Why not? It seemed fairly cheap when I shopped around
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Good price and ability to cancel Fi service if desired, whenever needed, makes this a SlickDeal. On it's way to the front page...
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Why not? It seemed fairly cheap when I shopped around
I would actually agree with that guy. I had fi for about two years and it piled up a lot, considering there's no unlimited data. That ended up changing their charging policy because of how expensive it was, but it did leave a bitter taste after paying a shit ton
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Would this phone be unlocked and bootloader unlockable?

Most of Motorola's carrier deals result in SIM locks and bootloaders that can't be unlocked.
I don't see anything that claims it the unlocked retail device.
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Google Fi is not an affordable service.
It depends strongly on who is buying it. For you it may not be. But for me it's been the best phone service I've ever had. I travel quite a bit and being able to land in almost any country in the world and almost immediately have cellphone service is worth a lot to me.

The other thing is data, I'm not a heavy user, I manage to be mostly on wifi, so Google Fi's relatively expensive data is not a big deal to me. But I could imagine this, to others, is exactly why Fi is not affordable, as you say.
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Would this phone be unlocked and bootloader unlockable?

Most of Motorola's carrier deals result in SIM locks and bootloaders that can't be unlocked.
I don't see anything that claims it the unlocked retail device.
I have a Motorola G6 from google fi and it is unlocked. I am not aware that the G7 is any different...
I think that Motorola usually comes out with their new model--G8 in December or January.
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I would actually agree with that guy. I had fi for about two years and it piled up a lot, considering there's no unlimited data. That ended up changing their charging policy because of how expensive it was, but it did leave a bitter taste after paying a shit ton
It's mostly for low data users. A lot better options out there for mid-high data users. Has great coverage with 3 different networks when you use Fi phone. Wish this was the G7 Power but they don't even offer that phone. Ugh.
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Motorola stinks at updating their phones since Lenovo bought them out.

Used to be right up there with the faster companies with new versions and monthlies, but after recommending G5+'s to some friends where they got to sit on 7.0 for a year and a half after 9 was released did they get 8.1 and that's probably all they're going to get.
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Motorola stinks at updating their phones since Lenovo bought them out.

Used to be right up there with the faster companies with new versions and monthlies, but after recommending G5+'s to some friends where they got to sit on 7.0 for a year and a half after 9 was released did they get 8.1 and that's probably all they're going to get.
I do agree with you, but at $150 you can use this for a year then probably just sell it for at least $120 and get something newer.
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